Hoo Farm Sheep Race Grand National Fun Day Out in aid of PDSA - Monday 6th May 2013

Date Posted: 25th April 2013

Hoo Farm Sheep Race Grand National Fun Day Out in aid of PDSA - Monday 6th May 2013 This May day our World Famous Woolly Wonders will be taking to the Hoo Farm Steeplechase course for the annual Sheep Grand National. The sheep will be helping to raise money for PDSA as Hoo Farm has signed up to sponsor a morning in theatre at PDSA’s Wolverhampton PetAid hospital.

Sheep Grand National day will feature plenty of family fun including chances to be a sheep race owner for the day, and reduced rate family tickets available to purchase in advance with the proceeds from the first 12 sold going straight to PDSA.

Other activities during the day will include a full schedule of animal activities and visitors can also stroll around the various animal areas where they can view over 120 different species.

Rebecca Hindle, the Marketing Executive at Hoo Farm said, "The Sheep Grand National is always a fun filled day and by combining it with fundraising for PDSA we felt it would be a fantastic way to spread the word about the good work PDSA does and a brilliant family day out."

Tracey Morgan, Adopt a PetAid hospital Co-ordinator at PDSA said, “We are thrilled that Hoo Farm are adopting our Wolverhampton PetAid hospital for a morning in theatre. The money they raise will make a big difference to sick and injured pets.”

For more information about the Sheep Grand National or to purchase a reduced rate advanced family ticket which costs £30 instead of £37 and admits 5 people, please contact Hoo Farm on 01952 677917.
 
          
 
 
 
 


 





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